Lizzo, whose single “Truth Hurts” is currently the No. 1 song on the Billboard Hot 100 charts, a position its held for five weeks, announced she will headline the third annual Live. Life. Love: A Concert for Suicide Prevention, presented by Journeys, on Saturday, November 30 at Municipal Auditorium in Nashville, TN.
According to FOX17: “In the past two years, our Live. Life. Love. concert has raised over $30,000 for To Write Love on Her Arms to support the incredible work they do in saving lives across America,” said Jonathan Shuford, Program Director for 107.5 The River. “With a bigger venue in 2019 and a list of incredible artists and human beings that have agreed to come and advocate for mental health, love and acceptance, I have no doubt that this year’s edition will be the best yet. A huge thank you to the artists, managers and labels who believe in what we’re trying to accomplish.”
Other performers include Jon Bellion, Louis Tomlinson, LovelyTheBand and Chelsea Cutler.
A portion of the proceeds from Live. Life. Love: A Concert for Suicide Prevention will benefit To Write Love on Her Arms, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing hope and support to people struggling with addiction, depression or thoughts of suicide.
No word yet if Malcolm in the Middle actor Frankie Muniz–who’s crushing on the singer hard–will attend.
For tickets go here.